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post #31 of 39
I left out: driving glasses, mountain bike glasses and spares for emergencies.

post #32 of 39
Goggles are definatly the cooler choice, except when snowboarders wear them driving down the hill, and around town.
post #33 of 39
I will spare folks the brand and model list, but I do have a shelf in my office up on the mountain that must have 10-12 pairs of goggles on it. I look at the weather, think about what I'm going to be doing that day, if I want them to see my eyes or not and then pick between total dark and reflective to nearly totally clear.
post #34 of 39
Generally goggles so my contacts don't get a dried out.
post #35 of 39
Panoptx windless RX sunglasses unless it is snowing bigtime.
post #36 of 39
Since my eyes are sensitive to bright sun, I usually ski in glacier glasses (Julbo Micropore) that are designed for high altitude and are quite dark. Great over 10,000 feet in bright sunlight. I use goggles when its really cold, windy, or overcast.
post #37 of 39
I just got a pair of the Panotex windless sunglasses They are great for skiing except on heavy snow days.But still I wear Good old Smith goggles about 80% of the time. Can anybody tell me whats up with wearing your goggles to drive around town ?
post #38 of 39
OTG goggles.
post #39 of 39
A pair of vintage $5 Target store goggles from 1970. Fit over my glasses perfectly and not obnoxiously huge. I also have a pair of Smith OTG goggles, but the foam and padding turned to dust when I put them on again a few years ago.
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